Sunnyside is home to a great diversity of residents, old and new. The draw to this up and coming neighborhood is all in the name. Ok, maybe not all in the name. The ever growing Denver population and increase in home values has made it an obvious choice to purchase a home or start a business. There’s just something about the historic charm and urban convenience that Sunnyside offers that can be hard to resist. From the residents to the businesses, everyone always has a sunny outlook on small and ever changing neighborhood. Sunnyside and Highlands will also be served by RTD rail transit connecting these urban neighborhoods to both Wheat Ridge/Arvada and Longmont/Boulder, with a new rail station at 39th Avenue and Inca Street.
Public Schools: Columbian Elementary School, Trevista Ece-8 at Horace Mann
Private Schools: St Catherine Of Siena Catholic School
Parks: Chaffee Park, Columbus Park, Ciancio Park
Activities: Adventure around to the many popular eateries, coffee shops, bars, boutiques and parks in the area.
Bordered by Federal Boulevard to the west, I-70 to the north, Inca Street to the east and West 38th Avenue to the south.